9 Day Western Australia Coral Coast Explorer

From PP Twin Share

₹135,699
SOLO
₹226,664 PP
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9 Day Western Australia Coral Coast Explorer

Small group tour, up to 24 guests only
Incredible sightseeing and experiences including a wild dolphin encounter at Monkey Mia, seeing the oldest and largest living fossils on Earth, exploring the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay, Shell Beach, snorkelling Ningaloo Reef to discover the underwater world of Coral Bay and swimming with manta rays or whale sharks (seasonal)
8 nights in central, 3-4 star accommodation
Breakfast daily, 5 lunches, 5 dinners
National park entry fees, dolphin experience fees
Fully escorted by a professional, English-speaking driver guide
Comfortable, dedicated transportation throughout
In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary

9 Day Western Australia Coral Coast Explorer

Small group tour, up to 24 guests only
Incredible sightseeing and experiences including a wild dolphin encounter at Monkey Mia, seeing the oldest and largest living fossils on Earth, exploring the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay, Shell Beach, snorkelling Ningaloo Reef to discover the underwater world of Coral Bay and swimming with manta rays or whale sharks (seasonal)
8 nights in central, 3-4 star accommodation
Breakfast daily, 5 lunches, 5 dinners
National park entry fees, dolphin experience fees
Fully escorted by a professional, English-speaking driver guide
Comfortable, dedicated transportation throughout
In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary

From PP Twin Share

₹135,699
SOLO
₹226,664 PP
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